I call ours the 'Uncle Djed pillar' because we’re using left-over materials like wooden cable spools, pvc piping, and an old ceramic insulator from a power-pole, plus the fact that where we are looks like where the Klampetts might have come from.
Coincidentally, we just happened to arrive at Balarnia just before the Egyptian new year, which is July 23, the 'heliacal rising of Sirius', which is the brightest star in the sky and the most important celestial being to the Egyptians after the Ra, the sun. July 23 is when Sirius becomes visible again after being in conjunction with the sun for 70 days. In perfect harmony with the cosmos, our 'raising of the Djed' was conducted on the Egyptian new year.
One of the ancient Greek scientists, Aristotle possibly, wrote about how dolphins all seemed to disappear around 'the time of the dog star', what they call 'the dog days' in America, which is in fact 23 July, Sirius being the 'dog star.' I’ve always felt there is some kind of connection between the whales and dolphins and the star Sirius. Also on the Egyptian New Year, Liesbet and I were down at the beach and saw a pod of dolphins for the first time ever here on Flinders Island. Another cosmic synchronicity.
Only a few days later the chem-trails started appearing, so we 'activated the Djed' on behalf of Mother Earth and requested that the chem-trails be banished. The next day these very interesting cloud formations appeared, and when another chem-trail was released, it looked as if these freaky cloud-beings actually moved towards the chem-trail and chased it away, causing it to dissipate and disappear."